TUCSON, Ariz.- The Arizona women’s golf team will head to Las Cruces, N.M., for the NCAA Women’s Golf West Regional beginning on May 5, the NCAA announced Monday, April 25. The Wildcats received the sixth seed in that region.
UCLA is the top seed in the West Regional tournament, which is hosted by New Mexico State. Also included in the field at Las Cruces, N.M., are (in order of seeding) Georgia, Oklahoma State, Tennessee, Southern California, California, Washington State, Stanford, UNLV, Oregon, San Francisco, UC Irvine, BYU, Colorado State, Portland State, Northwestern, Oral Roberts, Illinois State, Georgia State, Denver and individuals from Long Beach State, Fresno State and Idaho.
New Mexico State University Golf Course serves as the host facility for the NCAA event. The course plays to a par of 72 and a yardage of 6,119 yards.
Arizona is among nine Pac-10 conference teams selected to one of the three regions, the west region alone has seven Pac-10 teams. Other regional sites include the East Region in Gainesville, Fla., and the Central Region in Lubbock, Texas.